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VOL.1

TEXAS LETTERS is an ongoing anthological work revolving around lives spent in solitary confinement in Texas. At the heart of this journey is the notion of the misuse of power: a gross violation of human rights that invariably leads to anxiety, panic, rage, paranoia, hallucinations, and, in some cases, suicide. A collective work, it explores the loss of sanity, humanness, and, oftentimes, hope through the personal writings of a diverse and growing ensemble of prisoners who have spent months, years, and sometimes decades within the bowels of these harsh and unrelenting conditions.

 

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CONTRIBUTORS

 

AARON STRIZ

CHARLES MAMOU

PAUL SLATER

TEDDRICK BATISTE

DENNIS HOPE

JASON J. HERNANDEZ

ROGER UVALLE

DON ALDACO

AGAPITO RIOS

JOSEPH COLONE

ISRAEL GARCIA CAJAS JR

MICHAEL J. FELDER

FREDRICK HUDSON

CLAYTON MCGUIRE

BRIAN TUCKER

MONSOUR OWOLABI

DILLION COMPTON

BRITNEY GULLEY

KIERA HENDERSON

KWANETA HARRIS

PUBLISHER

Damascus James

DESIGN

Lorenzo Ballarini

INFO

 

392 pp.

numerous black and white photographs

softcover

First Edition, 2022

ISBN: 

979-8-218-08826-2

Width: 19.5 cm

Length: 24 cm

Language(s): English

ANTHOLOGIC

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